Since we jumped into 2019 in crisis mode, we didn’t get a chance to re-cap all the cool things we did in 2018.
> We crossed the half way mark distributing $200 to each teacher in Dickinson ISD who was displaced during Hurricane Harvey
> We worked in Furniture Zone in Dickinson to provide furniture to families receiving emergency placement of foster kids
> We hosted three community events inside Santa Fe in the wake of the shooting. The food trucks the night of the vigil, the community potluck the next night and the student togetherness event at Gulf Greyhound Park the following Tuesday. This was attended by 1,200 students and nearly 4,000 community members.
> We sent a Santa Fe Student to the Rockets Game to see his favorite team play
> We collected art from all over the world and soup from all over the county for Sarah Grace
> We provided school supplies. Backpacks and clothes for many families in Galveston County
>We worked with Lighthouse Christian Ministries to provide furniture for families in need
>We fielded multiple requests for clothes and toiletries from local families in need
>We worked with The Honor Network in both New York and California, doing random acts of kindness and feeding their local fire stations.
>We hosted events for the impacted kids and their families from Santa Fe High School at Dave and Busters
> We worked with Susan Leining to provide Therapy dogs for Santa Fe students impacted by the shooting
> We took Santa Fe students who were present in the art room to get new clothes for back to school and to do relaxing activities like mani-pedis!
> With the help of the whole community we outfitted the Wellness Center inside Santa Fe High school with the tools they need to counsel the students. This included 4 offices, one counselors meeting space and the group therapy room.
>We provided Christmas Trees, décor to more than 20 families
>We supplied multiple families with Christmas presents and clothes for the holiday season
We look forward to all the cool things we are going to do in 2019!
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